Stockholm University School of Business
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|Stockholm University School of Business|
Stockholm University School of Business (Swedish: Stockholm universitets företagsekonomiska institutionen) Stockholm University School of Business belongs to Stockholm University. The University, which dates back to 1878, is a regional centre for research and education, set in a wonderful cultural and natural environment in the world's first national city park.
The School of Business is responsible for educating business leaders and managers of the future in both the private and public sector. The school aims to develop the learning process in such a way that creative thinking and critical reasoning are the guiding principles for the entire study programme. The courses are based on the latest research. Close contacts with the worlds of business and research, both at a national and international level, allow us to offer a transnational education.
The School is Sweden's largest business school and has about 3,500 students, around seventy lecturers/researchers, some fifty doctoral students and about thirty administrative staff. The School collaborates closely with universities in Sweden and abroad. The School of Business is located in restored buildings dating back to 1912 in the traditional "Kräftriket"campus area, beautifully located near the picturesque "Brunnsviken" lake. The area is within walking distance of Stockholm city centre.
The school has many notable alumni such as Sweden's Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt. The school offers full-time bachelor, graduate, doctoral, and executive programs. The school frequently hosts distinguished guests like Philip Kotler and Douglas Holt and organizations like Cisco Systems and McKinsey & Co. for lectures, workshops, and conferences. Influential scholars like Evert Gummesson are part of the school's faculty.
The school also offers one of the most international classrooms in Sweden, with students and faculty from the U.S., China, Germany, and other countries. As a result of application numbers, admissions have become highly competitive in recent years. The school is also recognized for its international research programs, such as the Stockholm Program of Place Branding.
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